PlayStation Network lives Video
GameSpot's Giancarlo Varanini shows ZDNet's David Coursey the Sony PlayStation's online gaming component, and explains how it compares to Microsoft's Xbox Live service.
Showtime may launch an online streaming site, EA Games kicks off Online Pass to give gamers extra play, and solar-powered iPod speakers may be a great addition to your summer pool parties.
The iTech SolarVoice 908 is a good headset with acceptable call quality, especially if you're into solar-powered gadgets.
Jeff Bakalar goes hands on with a demo of PlayStation Now, Sony's game streaming service debuting in the summer of 2014.
Apple faces antitrust investigations for the iAd system, the Sony PlayStation 3 has three new 3D games, and how to start an online profile for your deceased loved ones.
eBay gets slapped with a hefty lawsuit, Chile becomes the first country to approve a Net neutrality law, and the world's lightest cell phone is called the Modu.
Netflix is planning to tattle on ISPs that throttle its streaming service and Sony announces PlayStation games for Android devices and a brand new PlayStation Portable.
We look this week at Sony's motion-sensing TV, Scosche's solar-powered Bluetooth speakerphone, and Greenpeace's funny app for smart phones.
At the E3 gaming conference in Los Angeles, Sony's Kaz Hirai talks with correspondent Melissa Francis about the company's plan to roll out an online service for its PlayStation 2.
Apple is the world's most valuable brand, HP offers data services, and the PlayStation Network is still down.